#2
Start with the basics - learn your open chords and start with E A and D as they're arguably the easiest and they sound nice when you change between them.
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#3
start with those major / minors and work your way up dude. if you can play those and switch without pausing for 10 seconds you've got the other chords beat for sure...
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Start with the basics - learn your open chords and start with E A and D as they're arguably the easiest and they sound nice when you change between them.


+1.

Also, in the future, learn to construct chords and the theory behind it. It will help a lot.
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#6
Yep, start with open major and minor chords and get them so you can switch between them all easily, then move onto barre chords.
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